We are still in

General

Name of initiative We are still in
LPAA initiative No
NAZCA Initiative No
Website address www.wearestillin.com/us-action-climate-change-irreversible
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Starting year 2017
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Secretariat We Are Still In is an effort coordinated by The American Sustainable Business Council, B Team, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Center for American Progress, Ceres, CDP, Climate Mayors, Climate Nexus, C40, C2ES, Environmental Defense Fund, Environmental Entrepreneurs, Georgetown Climate Center, ICLEI, National League of Cities, Rocky Mountain Institute, Second Nature, Sierra Club, The Climate Group, We Mean Business, and World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

Contact e-mail: communication@wearestillin.com

Organisational structure In response to the U.S. federal government’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement, Governors Andrew Cuomo, Jay Inslee, and Jerry Brown June 5, 2017 launched the United States Climate Alliance – a bipartisan coalition of governors committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions consistent with the goals of the Paris Agreement. Smart, coordinated state action can ensure that the United States continues to contribute to the global effort to address climate change.
Geographical coverage North America
Name of lead organisation We are still in
Type of lead organisation
Location/Nationality of lead organisation United States of America

Description

Description We are still in represent more than 2,700 leaders from America’s city halls, state houses, boardrooms, and college campuses who have signed the We Are Still In declaration since its initial release on June 5, 2017. This unprecedented network of networks represents more than 127 million Americans and $6.2 trillion of the U.S. economy. Spanning all 50 states — red and blue — we are demonstrating America’s enduring commitment to tackling climate change, ensuring a clean energy future, and upholding the Paris Agreement. To date, We Are Still In is the largest cross-section of local leaders in support of climate action in the United States.
Objectives In the absence of leadership from Washington, states, cities, counties, tribes, colleges and universities, businesses and investors, representing a sizeable percentage of the U.S. economy will pursue ambitious climate goals, working together to take forceful action and to ensure that the U.S. remains a global leader in reducing emissions.

Advicing business to join other ICIs in CIP like: Science-Based Targets Initiative, RE100, Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA), Portfolio Decarbonization Coalition, Montreal Carbon Pledge. Cities are advised to join "Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy" State to join "Under 2 MoU"

Activities
One or two success stories achieved Success stories are listed for each member category, like Walmarts project Gigaton, Baltimore's Sustainability Plan, Portland Community College's Eco-friendly education etc.

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Implementation
Activity of initiative Goal setting (ex-ante)
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Participants

Participants Number Names
Members 2619  
Companies 1780 See: www.wearestillin.com/we-are-still-declaration
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 339 Colleges and Universities
Non-governmental organisations 0
National states 0
Governmental actors 0
Regional / state / county actors 37 Alameda County CA (USA),  Albemarle County (USA),  Arlington County VA (USA),  Baltimore County MD (USA),  Benton County OR (USA),  Broward County (USA),  Contra Costa County CA (USA),  Cook County IL (USA),  County of Los Angeles (USA),  Dallas County TX (USA),  Dane County WI (USA),  Douglas County KS (USA),  Eagle County CO (USA),  East Bay Municipal Utility District (USA),  Erie County NY (USA),  Fairfax County VA (USA),  Frederick County MD (USA),  Howard County MD (USA),  Johnson County IA (USA),  King County WA (USA),  Linn County IA (USA),  Lucas County OH (USA),  Monroe County IN (USA),  Montgomery County MD (USA),  Multnomah County OR (USA),  Pima County AZ (USA),  Prince George's County MD (USA),  San Miguel County CO (USA),  Santa Barbara County CA (USA),  Santa Fe County NM (USA),  Sonoma County CA (USA),  Tompkins County NY (USA),  Travis County TX (USA),  Union NJ (USA),  Ventura County CA (USA),  Westchester County NY (USA),  Yolo County (USA).
City / municipal actors 250 Acton MA (USA),  Alameda CA (USA),  Albany NY (USA),  Albuquerque NM (USA),  Alexandria VA (USA),  Allentown PA (USA),  Ambler PA (USA),  Anchorage AK (USA),  Anderson SC (USA),  Ann Arbor MI (USA),  Apalachicola FL (USA),  Arcata CA (USA),  Arden DE (USA),  Arlington MA (USA),  Arlington MA (USA),  Arvin CA (USA),  Asheville NC (USA),  Ashland OR (USA),  Aspen CO (USA),  Atlanta GA (USA),  Augusta GA (USA),  Austin TX (USA),  Bainbridge Island WA (USA),  Baltimore MD (USA),  Baton Rouge LA (USA),  Beaufort SC (USA),  Beaverton OR (USA),  Bedford NY (USA),  Belfast ME (USA),  Bellingham WA (USA),  Belmont CA (USA),  Berkeley CA (USA),  Bethlehem PA (USA),  Bloomington IN (USA),  Boston MA (USA),  Boulder CO (USA),  Boulder CO (USA),  Bowling Green OH (USA),  Bozeman MT (USA),  Breckenridge CO

Bridgeport CT (USA),  Brisbane CA (USA),  Buchanan MI (USA),  Burlington VT (USA),  Calistoga CA (USA),  Cambridge MA (USA),  Carmel IN (USA),  Charleston SC (USA),  Charlotte NC (USA),  Charlotte NC (USA),  Charlottesville VA (USA),  Chicago IL (USA),  Chula Vista CA (USA),  Cincinnati OH (USA),  City of Lincoln Nebraska (USA),  Clarkston GA (USA),  Cleveland OH (USA),  College Park MD (USA),  Columbia MO (USA),  Columbia SC (USA),  Columbus OH (USA),  Concord NH (USA),  Corvallis OR (USA),  Culver City CA (USA),  Cupertino CA (USA),  Dallas TX (USA),  Denver CO (USA),  Des Moines IA (USA),  Detroit MI (USA),  Dryden NY (USA),  Dubuque IA (USA),  Duluth MN (USA),  Durham NC (USA),  East Lansing MI (USA),  Easton PA (USA),  Eden Prairie MN (USA),  Elgin IL (USA),  Emeryville CA (USA),  Encinitas CA (USA),  Englewood NJ (USA),  Eugene OR (USA),  Evanston IL (USA),  Everett WA (USA),  Fairfield CT (USA),  Fairfield IA (USA),  Falls Church VA (USA),  Fayetteville AR (USA),  Ferguson Township PA (USA),  Forest Hills PA (USA),  Fort Bragg CA (USA),  Fort Collins CO (USA),  Fort Launderdale FL (USA),  Fort Wayne IN (USA),  Fremont CA (USA),  Gainesville FL (USA),  Gaithersburg MD (USA),  Garrett Park MD (USA),  Glendale WI (USA),  Grand Rapids MI (USA),  Grandville MI (USA),  Guilford VT (USA),  Hartford CT (USA),  Hastings-on-Hudson NY (USA),  Healdsburg CA (USA),  Highland Park IL (USA),  Highland Park NJ (USA),  Hoboken NJ (USA),  Honolulu HI (USA),  Hood River OR (USA),  Houston TX (USA),  Indianapolis IN (USA),  Iowa City IA (USA),  Ithaca NY (USA),  Jersey City NJ (USA),  Kansas City MO (USA),  Kauai HI (USA),  Keene NH (USA),  Kent OH (USA),  Ketchum ID (USA),  Key West FL (USA),  Knoxville TN (USA),  Lakewood CO (USA),  Lancaster PA (USA),  Laredo TX (USA),  Larkspur CA (USA),  Lauderhill FL (USA),  Laurel MD (USA),  Lawrence KS (USA),  Lexington MA (USA),  Little Rock AR (USA),  Long Beach CA (USA),  Longmont CO (USA),  Los Angeles CA (USA),  Louisville KY (USA),  Lowell MA (USA),  Lowell MA (USA),  Lyons CO (USA),  Madison WI (USA),  Malibu CA (USA),  Manhattan Beach CA (USA),  Maplewood MO (USA),  Maplewood NJ (USA),  Menlo Park CA (USA),  Mercer Island WA (USA),  Miami Beach FL (USA),  Miami FL (USA),  Middletown CT (USA),  Milwaukee WI (USA),  Milwaukie OR (USA),  Minneapolis MN (USA),  Moab UT (USA),  Montpelier VT (USA),  Morningside MD (USA),  Mount Rainier MD (USA),  Mount Vernon NY (USA),  Mountain View CA (USA),  Nashville TN (USA),  New Bedford MA (USA),  New Castle PA (USA),  New Haven CT (USA),  New Orleans LA (USA),  New Rochelle NY (USA),  New York City NY (USA),  Newark NJ (USA),  Newton MA (USA),  Niagara Falls NY (USA),  Northampton MA (USA),  Northampton MA (USA),  Oak Park IL (USA),  Oakland CA (USA),  Oberlin OH (USA),  Orlando FL (USA),  Palm Springs CA (USA),  Palo Alto CA (USA),  Park City UT (USA),  Philadelphia PA (USA),  Phoenix AZ (USA),  Pine Bluff AR (USA),  Pittsburgh PA (USA),  Portland,  OR (USA),  Portland OR (USA),  Princeton NJ (USA),  Providence RI (USA),  Raleigh NC (USA),  Reno NV (USA),  Richmond CA (USA),  Richmond VA (USA),  Rochester NY (USA),  Rockville MD (USA),  Sacramento CA (USA),  Saint Paul MN (USA),  Salem MA (USA),  Salt Lake City UT (USA),  San Antonio TX (USA),  San Diego CA (USA),  San Fernando CA (USA),  San Francisco CA (USA),  San Jose CA (USA),  San Leandro CA (USA),  San Luis Obispo CA (USA),  San Rafael CA (USA),  Santa Barbara CA (USA),  Santa Cruz CA (USA),  Santa Fe NM (USA),  Santa Monica CA (USA),  Santa Rosa CA (USA),  Saratoga Springs NY (USA),  Schenectady NY (USA),  Seattle WA (USA),  Shaker Heights OH (USA),  Shoreline WA (USA),  Snoqualmie WA (USA),  Solana Beach CA (USA),  Somerville MA (USA),  South Bend IN (USA),  South Kingstown RI (USA),  South Miami FL (USA),  St. Louis MO (USA),  St. Petersburg FL (USA),  State College A (USA),  Sunnyvale CA (USA),  Surfside FL (USA),  Swarthmore PA (USA),  Syracuse NY (USA),  Takoma Park MD (USA),  Talent OR (USA),  Tallahassee FL (USA),  Tampa FL (USA),  Teaneck NJ (USA),  Tempe AZ (USA),  Town of Belmont MA (USA),  Town of Portola Valley (USA),  Town of Queensbury (USA),  Tucson AZ (USA),  Union City CA (USA),  Union City NJ (USA),  University City MO (USA),  University Park MD (USA),  Ventura CA (USA),  Washington Grove MD (USA),  Washington DC (USA),  West Hollywood CA (USA),  West Palm Beach FL (USA),  West Sacramento CA (USA),  West York Borough PA (USA),  Westport CT (USA),  White Plains NY (USA),  Windsor CA (USA),  Winston-Salem NC (USA),  Yonkers NY (USA).

Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 0
Other members 213 Churches and Congregations,  see: www.wearestillin.com/faith-orgs
Supporting partners 21 Coordinated by The American Sustainable Business Council,  B Team,  Bloomberg Philanthropies,  Center for American Progress,  Ceres,  CDP,  Climate Mayors,  Climate Nexus,  C40,  C2ES,  Environmental Defense Fund,  Environmental Entrepreneurs,  Georgetown Climate Center,  ICLEI,  National League of Cities,  Rocky Mountain Institute,  Second Nature,  Sierra Club,  The Climate Group,  We Mean Business,  and World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Number of members in the years
Have only national states as participators No


Theme

Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
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Last update: 1 November 2019 13:29:45

Not only have national states as participators